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Fitness is an important part of any weight loss plan or healthy lifestyle, but in order to get fit (without getting bored!) you need the right tools. Check out our fitness blogs - written by certified fitness experts, personal trainers, yoga/Pilates instructors and medical professionals - for fitness tips and workouts.

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Meredith Carlson is a fitness expert who specializes in providing tips and strategies to help you look and feel ...

Brad Schoenfeld, CSCS is the author of six books, including Sculpting Her Body Perfect, 28-Day Body Shapeover, ...

Katherine Roberts
Katherine Roberts is founder and president of the FlexFit program that promotes flexibility, fitness, performance ...

Chris Lawhorn
Chris Lawhorn is the Resident DJ at Marie Claire magazine.Each month, he reviews 300-400 new singles to find the ...

Angelique Millis is a Certified Fitness Professional, Journalist and Lifestyle Coach living in Miami, FL. As a ...

Shannon Clark
Shannon Clark has a degree in Exercise Science and is an AFLCA certified personal trainer. She has written on the topics of health, ...

Recent Fitness Blogs
Sexy Abs With Pilates: 6-Minute Workout
Posted @ 6:00am ET on June 28, 2010
Blog: 6-Minute Fitness
By Tracey Mallett
Who wants sexy abs? Well, I’m going to let you in on a secret of how all the celebrities in Hollywood get their washboard abs. Pilates! In my opinion it’s truly the missing link to actually getting sexy, strong abs... especially after pregnancy, in which ...
The #1 Metabolic Leg Exercise in the World
Posted @ 3:36pm ET on June 24, 2010
Blog: Fit Life with Stephen Cabral
By Stephen Cabral
It’s not often that you can determine a clear cut winner when it relates to boosting your metabolism, but when it comes right down to it NOTHING beats the “squat.” The reason it’s so metabolic is that it forces every muscle fiber in your lower body (and ...
Vigorous Exercise Reduces Cellular Aging
Posted @ 9:02am ET on June 16, 2010
Blog: Diet with Dr. Tabor
By Aaron Tabor, MD
Telomeres are complexes composed of protein and DNA that cap the ends of the chromosomes in our body's cells. Because telomeres shorten as we age, they have become a cellular marker of biological age. Additionally, short telomere length has been linked to ...
Understanding Fitness Terms
Posted @ 6:00am ET on June 14, 2010
Blog: Fitness Expert Katrina
By FitnessExpertKatrina
“Now squeeze your tricep… and engage your core!” This is something typical you may see in a description of an exercise in a magazine or a video. We all know that form is very important during your workouts, but if the words do not match up to the ...
Get Active & Stay Active!
Posted @ 6:00am ET on June 14, 2010
Blog: Diet with Dr. Tabor
By Aaron Tabor, MD
In previous blogs, I've talked about the importance of being physically active. The new 2008 Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans also stresses the importance of physical activity and goes so far as to indicate that additional exercise beyond the ...
WARNING: Advanced Core Exercise Workout!
Posted @ 4:00pm ET on June 10, 2010
Blog: Fit Life with Stephen Cabral
By Stephen Cabral
You’ve seen some of my ab and core workouts in the past, but wait until you check out the moves I have for you today! I’ve taken core training to the next level in this advanced workout. We’re going to trim, tone, and tighten every inch of your ...
Muscle soreness after a workout: Is it necessary?
Posted @ 6:00am ET on June 7, 2010
Blog: More Ammo For Your Workout
By FitnessProAmmo
Have you ever had an intense workout and about a day later, you woke up feeling like someone beat you throughout the night with a wooden bat? Or about 12 hours after a leg workout you felt like stealing a walker from a senior citizen? Sounds like a case ...
Turn Off Television To Reduce Obesity Risk
Posted @ 1:15pm ET on June 3, 2010
Blog: Diet with Dr. Tabor
By Aaron Tabor, MD
The incidence of childhood obesity continues to increase around the world. There are many factors associated with obesity, whether it is childhood or adult obesity. Two related factors that are most commonly linked with the incidence of being overweight ...
It’s Time for a Change...
Posted @ 5:53pm ET on May 27, 2010
Blog: Fit Life with Stephen Cabral
By Stephen Cabral
No I’m not running for President… But I do have an important point to touch on today. It’s one that I wrote about on NutritionData and something many people have reached out to me about. It has to do with struggling to lose weight and transforming ...
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